Walking on Eggshells - Where do you fit in a Kronos Implementation?

Dwain Lambrigger — Jan 2011

I was on site with a customer when an HR manager asked me about a specific function in Workforce Timekeeper, and how to change it. I explained that the feature they were asking about was located in the function access profile. Then I asked why they would be wanting to change their recently configured application. The customer hadn't paid for testing, and were planning to test on their own. I related to them that the function access profiles were a "vast area of Kronos configuration from which few come out unscathed" and that I would have to unpack my whip and chair. It was a bit of a joke, but the key to this was simple. The customer was looking for me to assist in a change in the configuration of their application "on the fly".

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Quick Tips When Conducting Kronos Workforce Training

Dwain Lambrigger — Jan 2011

When training, distractions are something you have to deal with. Even the best planned training course will have them. Here are some quick tips to deal with challenges that present themselves in a training class. Hopefully these will be useful for your next Kronos training.  

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Kronos Connect and the funny little *A

Bryan deSilva — Jan 2011

Little tidbit for the Connect newbies out there. Check out the Kronos Connect screen below. See field 008 Temp Department? In the Action column, the Always Blank is preceded by (*A).

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Kronos testing of email notification

Bryan deSilva — Jan 2011

We've had an interesting discussion about this internally and with some friends, and have gotten a couple of good responses on the best way to handle this. Now I'm looking for your input. How do you do this? Here is the original question.

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Keep Workforce Timekeeper Training Simple

Dwain Lambrigger — Jan 2011

"And like that…he’s gone" That quote comes from the move The Usual Suspects. Verbal is a handicapped thief who gets rounded up with a group of criminals forced to commit crimes for a strong-willed and merciless crime lord named Keyser Soze. Verbal was talking about Keyser Soze in that quote. He was untouchable, invisible, and extremely powerful. 

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